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Dayside Open Call! Apply Now!

Do you like making movies? Are your friends not committed into doing film projects? Do you want to surround yourself with other individuals that loves films and, more importantly, go on to production and make movies? Then read further! Just like what the post title says, I’m looking for passionate diverse individuals who would like to be a part of a team and take part of significant roles within film and video projects. We are a small crew that has … Continue reading

For the Love of the Kicks production…

I’m reshooting some scenes for my short film I did for grad class about a guy who wants to get back his beloved sneakers that was stolen prior. It’s a short film about the sneaker culture that takes on social class and race. I usually make comedy or sci-fi films, but this time, specially with the political issues we are currently faced with, I wanted to tell a story that matters. This combines my love of the sneaker culture and … Continue reading

Super Debt at San Diego Comic Con Film Festival 2017

Now I’m allowed to say that our super short film Super Debt has been selected to screen at San Diego Comic Con International Film Festival! The biggest Comic Con of them all decided that our superhero that’s in debt story is worthy to be an Official Selection at the festival. This is awesome! Here is the schedule when it will screen: Super Debt Friday, July 21 11:20 am – 11:40 am Grand Ballroom 3&4 (San Diego Marriott Marquis) Hopefully ya’ll … Continue reading

Team Dayside wins 2016 72 Hour Shootout!

We are proud to announce that Team Dayside won this year’s 2016 72 Hour Shootout Grand Prize! This year’s theme was “Lose the Labels” and we came up with a short comedy portraying Asian stereotypes and people who takes advantage of them. With over 100 submissions, they picked 10 to feature in the Asian American International Film Festival, and then picked the best of the best… us! Hooray!

Dayside wins at CUNY Asian American Film Festival 2016!

Another win at the CUNY Asian American Film Festival 2016! It’s not the 1st place, but we got Runner-Up honors in the Short Documentary category for the short documentary Gift of Life. This short is about Prasha’s waiting period for new lungs as she lives her life day to day with oxygen tanks. It was great that she got to be in the screening post lung transplant!

Chinese Legend of Zelda short film (2016)

Well here it is. It was an up and down production with this one but we got it out for people to enjoy! It’s great that the trailer got a massive reception since I wasn’t prepared at all, but it was very encouraging. In fact, I was taking it easy since it barely had any views last week. But since it was trending on Facebook, I actually rushed the editing process to meet the promised May 5th release because people … Continue reading

Chinese Legend of Zelda Trailer

Here it is! A trailer to our newest Chinese themed crime drama action thriller based on a Nintendo franchise: Legend of Zelda. Be sure to watch it on May 5th, 2016 on our Youtube Channel DaysideTV. Enjoy the trailer:

Love, My Waifu (2016)

Here’s a project I did for my very first Grad School course at Hunter College’s Integrated Media Arts program. It is basically a commentary on a discussion we talked about in regards of reality, fantasy and performance. And yeah, I’m the only one who did a short film… about a waifu… in grad school.

The New Neighbor (Doritos Commercial 2015)

The New Neighbor is our last and final submission to the last Doritos Crash The Super Bowl commercial contest. The competition is fierce and our video won’t probably win anything. But we had fun doing it nonetheless. We had the talented Paige to star and act two roles. She did a lot of great improvisation and is a delightful actor to work with.

Hayley’s Prank Show!

Just in time for Halloween, here is Hayley’s prank show! We shot this short video at Youtube Space NY’s Halloween Cabin set. It was the most detailed set to date. The set consisted of a cabin made of real wood with real props such as a rusted tools, kid’s broken bicycle, broken chairs, dishes, weapons etc. There were hidden 2 hidden rooms with really creepy interior design. One consisted of just a bed with chains and scratch marks on the … Continue reading